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Norfolk Archaeology

Norfolk Archaeology - the Society's journal

Norfolk Archaeology is published annually and contains articles by experts on subjects of archaeological interest, particularly relating to Norfolk. A copy of each edition is sent free to every full member. One of Britain's longest established journals of archaeology and local history, it has been published every year since 1846.

The latest (2015) issue of the journal contains articles on Binham Priory, the English Revolution, politics in 17th-century King's Lynn, Philip Skippon, a handaxe from Hopton-on-Sea, the Norfolk Morleys, St William of Norwich, excavations in Old Catton and Thetford, and antiquarian F.C.J. Spurrell. There are book reviews and a round-up of recent fieldwork and finds from the county. The journal is illustrated throughout, with many colour plates.

The Hon. Editors of Norfolk Archaeology are Dr Jon Gregory and Dr Sarah Spooner (email: until Volume 48(1) is published (due in June 2020). Thereafter the role will be undertaken by Sue Anderson (email:

Back issues of the journal, up to Vol. 44, are now online at ADS, where full contents lists are also available: click here to visit the ADS website.



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